Crafty Cheetahs round up

CCF UK has been blown away by everyone’s creativity and imagination for our Crafty Cheetahs competition, as well as the amazing knowledge of cheetah facts.

The Crafty Cheetahs competition was put together by CCF UK to engage children’s arty skills, support education at home and provide something fun to do during lockdown. We also wanted to raise awareness of the vital work we do teaching 10,000 children in Namibia each year about the importance of a balanced and healthy ecosystem, and of the need to conserve endangered species – like the cheetah!

We received an impressive 61 entries – it has shown us what cheetahs really mean to our younger generation of supporters.

Keep a look out for an announcement from CCF’s Ambassador Giles Clark, wildlife conservationist and TV presenter who will be revealing the winners from each age category over the next week via Facebook

Here’s some of our entrants with their fantastic artwork:

Thank you so much to everyone for taking part and helping us raise awareness of these beautiful big cats. We’ll be running lots more projects for children this year, and it would be great to sign up a few more Young Ambassadors for Cheetahs if you’d like further info please drop us an email.

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